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LI Pre-K Initiative 8m
Do parents want to do their best when reading to their preschoolers? Here are six useful (and concise) suggestions from practices
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LI Pre-K Initiative 53m
Another voice in the debate about online preschool--is it the best option for families without access to traditional programs?
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LI Pre-K Initiative 2h
What does a good Pre-K look like? offers 5 characteristics of a quality program & tells parents what they should see and hear in their child's classroom--e.g. , dress-up clothing and props; teachers crouched at eye level talking to kids.
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Tricia Gleason 1h
What started as an origami cat project turned into super hero mask making when part way thru one student looked at the pattern just a little differently. Instead of following the pattern, he made his own and started a trend!
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John Lewis 57m
pays off with better STAAR scores for ISD kids
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Charletta Oct 13
Replying to @traviszinnel
Thanks! Open, on going conversations we realize by empowering students we empower ourselves, the classroom and beyond!
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Mrs. Lopez Oct 13
I loved their drawings!
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MindShift 19h
The most important things to look for is how the adults interact with children. You want to see them engage with children in a way that is positive, nurturing and genuinely curious
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Common Sense Ed Oct 13
Attn: Ts - these museum and archival websites offer an immense collection of primary and secondary resources for research into the depths of history, culture, and society.
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Sarah Carr Oct 13
Had a great time at the pumpkin patch field trip
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Amanda Iglesias 10h
On Friday, we learned about permanent and temporary homes. Students wrote about it in their journals
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Wood River Preschool 14h
Role-playing in pretend play as fire fighters, burn victims, doctors, & EMT's!
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CCES505 Oct 11
One of our Pre-K's featured in this months SFPS Pre-K Newsletter. Congratulations Ms. Meshan. ,
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Smithsonian SEEC 18h
"I approached this concept from four different angles to help the children gain a deep understanding of the concept..."
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K Y 🤞🏽 Oct 11
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Jessica Neal 11h
Was able to see one of my students run a race today! I love going to students’ events.
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Janelle Hillen Oct 10
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Christy Lynn 13h
Wonder power activated in the form of...friendship bracelets! 💥 The kiddos were charged with thinking about a friend’s color preferences & the many things that make them a good friend, while using their fine motor skills to design a bracelet. 💞
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PS112Q 15h
learning about important community members within the school!
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Katie Hagemann Oct 11
Fire Safety Week isn’t complete without a visit from the fire truck and fire fighters! 🔥
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